InsuranceERM is delighted to announce that the annual Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference will take place in London on 3 December 2024.
The conference will cover the most pressing issues facing the re/insurance industry in the region, with a view from Chief Risk Officers, Chief Actuaries and Chief Sustainability Officers.
Join us to discuss key aspects of enterprise risk management and how the risk function is repositioning itself as insurers navigate new, complex and interconnected risks.
We not only share great content with insights from superb speakers, but we also bring the insurance risk community together.
If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, please contact Adam Jordan at [email protected] , to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
Some of the key areas of discussion include:
Macro-economic overview and geopolitical landscape
Integrating AI into risk frameworks
Reinventing the emerging risk process
Nurturing the future talent pipeline
Key drivers for current longevity trends
Social responsibility and good customer outcomes
Supervisory bodies in conversation
Business transformation and change management
Net-zero strategy and transition
Reasons to attend
We are proud that over 70% of the delegates who attend this event are re/insurers and regulators.
Bringing the insurance risk community together
Frustrations with EU's regulatory approach emerge at Eiopa event
Concerns over regulatory and supervisory issues - and with the EU itself - were prominent during the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority's annual conference, as Paul Walsh reports
Backtesting the Solvency II SCR: surprising findings and risk management implications
Ralf Korn and Gerhard Stahl discuss their novel investigation into the quality of Solvency II capital models and reveal a simple but powerful method for challenging model complexity
NN Japan's CRO on his AI adventure
Herman Gayle has a particular passion for AI, which he has been pushing to develop since he joined the firm five years ago. Such is his enthusiasm that he even arranges his holidays with it. Sarfraz Thind reports
Cyber risk's fundamental mischaracterisation as an insurance risk
Tim Freestone and Malcolm McLelland argue for a radical overhaul of how cyber risk is quantified and priced. In the first of a two-part article, they explain the classification of cyber as a market risk and propose using modern financial theory to model it
IAIS 2023: Ariizumi and Saporta talk ICS, AI and climate
The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) has seen a change at the top with Japan's Shigeru Ariizumi replacing Vicky Saporta as executive committee chair. The two gave an interview to Sarfraz Thind at the organisation's annual conference in Tokyo